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It’s written by Pugh’s daughter, but it’s by no means an uncritical portrait.
The question, startling as it may be, especially to trustful readers of uncritical laudations, may no longer be avoided.
He is rather uncritical and confused in his arrangement, although honest and, in matters of personal observation, exact.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
Always I had been a wasp in their spider's web, difficult to claim as a tool, uncritical, antagonistic.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
He looked uncritical and very young, as rosy as a school-boy on a half-holiday.
THE TRAGIC MUSEHENRY JAMES
This, however, is assuming a great deal, and in so doing is uncritical.
Now to any one who knows early national poetry, early uncritical art of any kind, this theory seems not easily tenable.
The very words "local colour" are a modern phrase for an idea that never occurred to the artists of ancient uncritical ages.
Now we contend that old uncritical poets no more sought for antique "local colour" than any other artists did.
In an uncritical age poets could not discern that their genre of romance and religion was alien from that of Homer.

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